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Sep 29, 2010 9:00am EDT
virginia just about to push through st. mary's and extreme southern calvert county. a lot of you highlighted the extent of the moisture going towards the south. i could show you the advantage point across the string and through cuba. highlight, at least the conveyor belt of moisture, we're continuing to watch the pool of cold air, one more piece of energy, helping to spin up an area of low pressure. others are just developing that tropical feed and shooting that well up towards north. if it gets a name or doesn't get a name, that next name on the list would be nicole. not about a major wind generator, maybe 40, 45 mile-per-hour winds. comes on shore, north carolina and south carolina. doesn't have the warm water to feed off. just pumping in more water in our direction. most computer models really indicating our guide to about 2 to 4 inches of rain. possibility of embedded cells. whenever they develop. it's tough to pinpoint that until the storm gets going. we're getting up to 6 inches in some spots with the storm system. tomorrow is going to be the rain day. the heaviest of the r
Sep 30, 2010 9:00am EDT
the carolinasent we watch these rotations. a wave of low pressure passing through virginia and enhancing some of the rainfall as wwe expect that to go through. our computer model indicated that early on. with some of you watching us on the eastern shore and haven't seen much of the heavy rain, it's coming were your way. there may be a cutoff for the heaviest of rain. while it night not be exactly exactly at 6:00. it there could be a steamy area here, responsible for spawning another tornado and enhancing the wind and rainfall. once we wrap the final piece around here and we should get the winds to shift to the west. that will cut off the rain to baltimore and push it through the region. >> we'll enhance the rainfall. ocean city, and then it pulls out of here and we get into the drying wind. we have to deal with the potential of the strong surge up the bay as well. this is no longer a tropical storm. this is nothing like isabell, but i do want to highlight the high tide coming up in two hours at fort mchenry and after midnight. these may be times after the heavy rain it falls down and drains o
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